Education

The Coders Programming Themselves Out of a Job

By CloudBuzz / October 2, 2018

In 2016, an anonymous confession appeared on Reddit: “From around six years ago up until now, I have done nothing at work.” As far as office confessions go, that might seem pretty tepid. But this coder, posting as FiletOFish1066, said he worked

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Free Resources for Open Source Certification and Training

By elearning / August 7, 2018

July was a hot month for certification on Linux.com. In case you missed it, we covered the open source certification process in a series of articles examining why certification is important, general tips for success, specific advice for exam prep,

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The Absolute Beginner’s Guide to Node.js

By elearning / July 30, 2018

Update: We have published an article on the most important Node.js Security Tips. You should check it out after you have read through this one. There’s no shortage of Node.js tutorials out there, but most of them cover specific use cases or

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The New Kids On The Block: Data Protection Officers

By Oussama El-Hilali / June 13, 2018

Data Protection Officers The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is officially here. Yet, organizations are still unaware, are ignoring, or flat out didn’t build in enough time to make sure they met all mandates of this expansive and impactful regulation.

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Five Reasons Why Machine Learning Needs To Make Resumes Obsolete

By Louis Columbus / May 22, 2018

Machine Learning Needs To Make Resumes Obsolete Hiring companies nationwide miss out on 50% or more of qualified candidates and tech firms incorrectly classify up 80% of candidates due to inaccuracies and shortcomings of existing Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS), illustrating

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How To Close The Talent Gap With Machine Learning

By Louis Columbus / May 2, 2018

Close The Talent Gap 80% of the positions open in the U.S. alone were due to attrition. On an average, it costs $5,000 to fill an open position and takes on average of 2 months to find a new employee.

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Bridging the educational divide–How business networks level the playing field for those most in need

By Dana Gardner / March 29, 2018

The next BriefingsDirect panel discussion explores how Step Up For Students (SUFS), a non-profit organization in Florida, has collaborated with SAP Ariba to launch MyScholarShop, a digital marketplace for education that bridges the information gap and levels the playing field

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How Security Certification Helps Cloud Service Providers Stay Transparent and Credible

By Steve Prentice / November 15, 2017

Security Certification Helps Cloud Service Providers If you are a cloud service provider (CSP), you know your customers have a choice as to who to work with, but do you know what will help tip the scales in your favor?

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How Will Artificial Intelligence Really Impact Jobs?

By Allan Leinwand / November 7, 2017

Artificial Intelligence Jobs Hamilton is my favorite Broadway musical. The show follows the life of one of America’s founding fathers, Alexander Hamilton, who went from a destitute, illegitimate child in the British West Indies to become the mastermind behind the

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Academia is on the Ropes but is Reluctant to Change. Why are Most of Them Digital Dinosaurs?

By John Pientka / October 5, 2017

“Moving a university is like moving a cemetery—you can’t expect any help from the inhabitants,” says Barb Oakley, Ph.D. Higher Educations’ product is too expensive, takes too long and doesn’t produce enough of the graduates needed. New technology could be

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